facilitate new ways of working
"China and India are phenomenal innovators. We have to think of clever ideas new and be ahead of the game while we have the affluence and economic growth to invest in way-out concepts!
That includes the way we work"
Professor Cary Cooper, Director Magazine 2005
global workplace trends
As well as the the threats and opportunities posed by emerging economies, there are also far-reaching demographic and technological trends creating a perfect storm for businesses.
making the transition
In the face of the turmoil and change currently facing business, there are calls for making innovation everyone's business and empowering workforces.
We have been here before. Working practices based on continous improvement, empowerment and problem-solving was the basis of lean and agile manufacturing. There is a legacy of learning that remains relevant.
We know what that is and we can show you how to put this legacy to practical use.
The other thing we know is that making the transition to new ways of working can be challenging - many businesses last tiime around "failed ther way to success". This is what we do to help people and businesses to make the transition:
Join the open-learn community for an induction to topics around making the transition to new ways of working. You will also be introduced to our approach to learning - and when you feel ready, sign up for our we-learn experience.